Mondelēz

Palm Oil deforestation sponsored by Mondelez

Despite the virtue-signalling of the palm oil certification body the RSPO, Mondelez’s so-called “sustainable” palm oil is linked to 37.000ha of palm oil deforestation since 2016 (Source: Chain Reaction Research).

Mondelez destroys rainforests, sending animals extinct and release mega-tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere, and killing hundreds of endangered species. Once these animals are gone – they are gone for good. See research on Mondelēz’s palm oil sources.

Mondelez @MDLZ uses so-called “sustainable” @RSPOtweets #palmoil and yet they continue with #deforestation #ecocide #extinction #humanrights abuses #Boycottpalmoil #Boycott4Wildlife #FightGreenwashing with your wallet

Global brand Mondelez @MDLZ uses “sustainable” #palmoil certified by @RSPOtweets yet this doesn’t stop their #deforestation #ecocide #extinction #illegal #landgrabbing. Join the #Boycott4Wildlife #FightGreenwashing with your wallet!

Dying for a Cookie: How Mondelez’s palm oil feeds the climate and extinction crisis

Mondelez is on the board of the RSPO,9 is a signatory to the New York Declaration on Forests and co-chairs the Consumer Goods Forum Palm Oil Working Group. However, Mondelez continues to source palm oil from rainforest destroyers, despite its stated commitment to responsible sourcing.

Dying for a Cookie: How Mondelez’s palm oil feeds the climate and extinction crisis

In light of this – the pledges about palm oil on their website are a massive joke

‘Mondelēz International is committed to sourcing palm oil sustainably and eradicating deforestation and human rights violations in the palm oil supply. We take this responsibility seriously.’

Mondelēz website.

Palm Oil Detectives thinks it is wise to boycott all Mondelēz sub-brands until it has been indepedently verified that they have stopped 100% of their deforestation activities throughout the world.

Mondelēz own a vast global empire of snackfood, confectionery, food and beverage brands…

Mondelez own a vast global empire of snackfood, confectionery, food and beverage brands...
2014 Infographic

The most updated list of their stable of brands from their website includes:

Biscuits

  • Barni
  • belVita
  • Chips Ahoy!
  • Club Social
  • Enjoy Life Foods
  • Honey Maid
  • Kinh Do
  • Mooncake
  • Kinh Do Fresh Bread
  • Lu
  • Lu Petit Beurre
  • Mikado
  • Nabisco
  • Newton’s
  • Nilla
  • Nutter Butter
  • Oreo
  • Premium
  • Prince
  • Ritz
  • Tate’s Bake Shop
  • Tiger
  • Trakinas
  • Triscuit
  • Tuc
  • Wheat Things

Beverages

  • Bournvita
  • Clight
  • Tang

Meals

  • Philadelphia
  • Royal
  • Sottilette

Chocolate

  • 5 Star
  • Alpen Gold
  • Cadbury
  • Cadbury Creme Egg
  • Cadbury Dairy Milk
  • Cadbury Dairy Milk Eclairs
  • Cadbury Eclairs
  • Cadbury Roses
  • Côte d’Or
  • Freia
  • Lacta
  • Marabou
  • Milka
  • Toblerone

Gum and Confectionery

  • Halls
  • Trident

More Information

The Chain: Repeat Offenders Continue to Clear Forests for Oil Palm in Southeast Asia

Wikipedia

Mondelēz

Research: Palm Oil deforestation and its connection to retail brands

Published by Palm Oil Detectives

Hi, I’m Palm Oil Detective’s Editor in Chief. Palm Oil Detectives is partly a consumer website about palm oil in products and partly an online community for writers, scientists, conservationists, artists and musicians to showcase their work and express their love for endangered species. I have a strong voice for creatures great and small threatened by deforestation. With our collective power we can shift the greed of the retail and industrial agriculture sectors and through strong campaigning we can stop them cutting down forests. Be bold! Be courageous! Join the #Boycott4Wildlife and stand up for the animals with your supermarket choices

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